You think you’ve got a sinus infection (again) but don’t have time in your busy day to make it to the clinic. Save time with Allina Health Everyday Online. Our team of board-certified providers treat a variety of common everyday conditions virtually - for children to adults. Just complete a short online health interview and a provider will send you a diagnosis and treatment plan within one hour. An online medical visit costs just $45, or your insurance co-pay, whichever is less. If you cannot be treated virtually you will not be charged.
Online visits are no longer part of your Allina Health account (eVisit), but are now available on Allina Health Everyday Online
You can still expect care from trusted Allina Health providers but now with diagnosis and treatment of new common conditions, care for adults and children and a great online experience from any web-enabled device. To do an online visit you will need to create an account, separate from your Allina Health account.
What it is
Allina Health Everyday Online is like an online medical clinic that provides you convenient online care for common everyday conditions, 24/7. The process is simple:
- Create an account (this is different than your Allina Health account)
- Answer a series of questions about how you’re feeling and the symptoms you are experiencing – this typically takes about five to 15 minutes.
- Provide payment information.
- A provider reviews the information you shared and responds to you within one hour with a diagnosis and treatment plan, including any necessary prescriptions.
That’s it! You’re on you way to feeling better without missing a beat in you busy day.
What to expect
You can complete an online visit any time, including holidays.
An online diagnosis isn’t right for everyone or every condition. Most conditions we treat are for children and adults up to age 65. We are not able to provide online treatment for anyone with a serious health problem, including emphysema, diabetes, heart failure and immune disorders.
If your health concern cannot be addressed virtually, you may be directed to a clinic or urgent care. If this is the case, you will not be charged for your online visit.
Good to know
You must be physically located in Minnesota or Wisconsin to complete an online visit with Allina Health Everyday Online. You must be 18 years old to create an account.
An online visit costs $45, or your insurance co-pay, whichever is less. This cost does not include the cost of any necessary prescriptions, over-the-counter treatments or follow-up visits you may need. You can pay with a credit card or health savings account (HSA). You may submit your receipt to your insurance company, but we cannot guarantee you will be reimbursed. Online visits are not currently reimbursable with Medicare.
Our providers are licensed and able to prescribe certain medications as part of your care plan, if clinically appropriate. We do not provide prescriptions for pain medications or narcotics. If a prescription medication is part of your treatment plan, you can send it to the pharmacy of your choice. Allina Health Everyday Online is not an online pharmacy and we cannot fill prescriptions.
Good for treating
- Athlete’s foot
- Canker sore
- Cold or influenza (flu)
- Cold sore
- Constipation and/or diarrhea
- Diaper rash
- Ear pain
- Eczema or dermatitis
- Exposure to a sexually transmitted infection
- Female bladder infection (UTI)
- Hay fever/allergies
- Head lice
- Heartburn or acid reflux (GERD)
- Influenza prevention
- Ingrown nail
- Insect bites
- Jock itch
- Low back pain
- Motion sickness prevention
- Pink eye (conjunctivitis)
- Sinus infection
- Swimmer’s ear
- Tick bite
- Tinea (fungal skin infection)
- Urinary problems
- Vaginal yeast infection
- Whooping cough (pertussis) exposure
Many simple conditions are accurately diagnosed with a thorough medical interview; these are the ones you’ll find on our list of conditions treated. If your health concern cannot be addressed virtually, you may be directed to a clinic or urgent care. If this is the case, you will not be charged for your online visit.
Source: Jane Herrmann, MD
Reviewed by: Jane Herrmann, MD
First published: 2/20/2018
Last reviewed: 1/26/2016